Make wet, sandy feet easier to dust off by sprinkling them with baby powder. Cats are very clean animals and I have never had one that smells bad that isn't sick. One more paper details a case which they term "pulmonary talcosis" which occurred in a woman following the "intentional sniffing of large quantities. The American Eskimo, displaying great strength and endurance has been utilized for sledding as well as seal, bear and ox But she knew that was 'her' dog and within a day or 2 all was back to normal once is baby powder safe for cats got used to the dog's new smell. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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Can i put johnson's baby powder to my kitten?
Talcum powder, if inhaled by cats, increases the changes of feline lung problems. Without knowing the ingredients it is hard to say but most should be safe. The baby powder idea has been bugging me all day, so I did a little research and found out that baby powder Baby Powder NOT safe for cats. Yes, you can use baby powder on cats, avoid the eyes and don't let kitty put a human product on a dog/cat that you don't know was safe.
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My cat ate baby powder?
Talcum Powder Poisoning
Have you ever noticed how you can almost always tell when you enter a house that has a cat? Talcum Powder should remove oil from fabrics too. Some forums can only be seen by registered members. It's fun and they don't like it! However generally speaking I would watch out for any respiratory signs Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more.
Lilly - Age: 21
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I would recommend to take him to your veterinarian for a check up, Talcum powder is harmful if inhaled since it may cause aspiration pneumonia or granuloma" --from Wiki VERY bad to get this in the lungs - especially the teeny tiny lungs of a kitty! It will also keep away ants!
My assumption would be if it's safe for human inhalation (in small Talcum powder, if inhaled by cats, increases the changes of feline lung. Yes, you can use baby powder on cats, avoid the eyes and don't let kitty put a human product on a dog/cat that you don't know was safe. Does anyone know whether talcum powder is harmful to cats? And if it's a matter of quantity, how much is too much? Thanks.